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Dinah's daughters : gender and Judaism from the Hebrew Bible to late antiquity

Author: Helena Zlotnick; ebrary, Inc.; Ebrary.
Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : Online system or service : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Named Person: Dinah, (Biblical figure); Dinah, (Biblical figure)
Material Type: Online system or service
Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Helena Zlotnick; ebrary, Inc.; Ebrary.
ISBN: 9780812204018 0812204018
OCLC Number: 889279864
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2013. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
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Contents: AbbreviationsIntroduction: Setting the Stage-Words of Warning-Sex, Status, and Homecoming: A Jewish Penelope?-Sin, Shame, and Sanctity: The Tale of the Lusty Wife and Rabbi MeirPART 1: PROJECTIONS OF BIBLICAL SPHERES OF WOMEN1. From Dinah to Cozbi: Rape, Sex, and Foundational Moments-From Rape to Parental Reticence-Why Not Marry a Shechemite?-Dinah and Matriarchal Betrothals-A Woman of the Wilderness: The Rape of Cozbi-Foundation Murders and Rapes2. Patriarchy and Patriotism: Integrating Sex into Second Temple Society-Birth of a Nation: Marriage and Patriotism in Ezra-Private and Public in Yehud-Sin, Scripture, and Intermarriage-The Fate of Foreign Spouses -The Case of the Defiant Daughter: Jubilees' Dinah3. From Esther to Aseneth: Marriage, Familial Stereotypes, and Domestic Felicity-Marriage between Gentiles, Model 1: Ahasuerus and Vashti-Marriage between Gentiles, Model 2: Haman and Zeresh-The Jewish Family-Intermarriage: Ahasuerus and Esther-Integrating Brides into the Family: Aseneth and JosephPART 2: VISIONS OF RABBINIC ORDER4. Keeping Adultery at Bay: The Wayward Wife in Late Antiquity-Theologies and Theories of Sexuality: Roman and Rabbinic Perspectives-Suspecting Adultery-Preliminaries: Singling Out Adulteresses-The right to Accuse: Constantinian and Rabbinic Innovations-The "Other": Lovers and Aftermath5. The Harmony of the Home in Late Antiquity: Jewish, Roman, and Christian-Perspectives on Intermarriage-Why not Marry a Goy?-Early Christianity and Marital Peripheries-Banning Jewish-Christian Marriage: Roman Legal PerspectivesConclusion: To Die like a Woman? To Live like a Woman? -Is There a Jewess in Judaism?NotesBibliographyIndexesAcknowledgments
Other Titles: Ebrary Academic Complete International Subscription Collection.
Responsibility: Helena Zlotnick.


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